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  • Early diagnosis is critical to ensure good outcomes in HIV-infected children: Outlining barriers to care
  • Consequences of prior use of full-dose ritonavir as single protease inhibitor as part of combination antiretroviral regimens on the future therapy choices in HIV-1-infected children
  • Community paediatrics and child health
  • Persistence of HIV drug resistance among South African children given nevirapine to prevent mother-to-child-transmission
  • Growth in HIV-infected children on long-term antiretroviral therapy
  • Taking kangaroo mother care forward in South Africa: The role of district clinical specialist teams
  • Feeding practices and cost of diet of six-month-old HIV exposed uninfected compared to HIV unexposed uninfected infants in a peri-urban community in South Africa
  • A novel screening tool to predict severe acute malnutrition through automated monitoring of weight‐for‐age growth curves
  • Immune and Metabolic Alterations in Children with Perinatal HIV Exposure
  • Comparison of Feeding Practices and Growth of Urbanized African Infants Aged 6–12 Months Old by Maternal HIV Status in Gauteng Province, South Africa
  • Growth and the pubertal growth spurt in South African adolescents living with perinatally-acquired HIV infection
  • Missing HIV prevention opportunities in South African children - A 7-year review
  • Factors associated with the development of drug resistance mutations in HIV-1 infected children failing protease inhibitor-based antiretroviral therapy in South Africa
  • An educational intervention to update health workers about HIV and infant feeding
  • Neonatal, infant and child health in South Africa: Reflecting on the past towards a better future
  • Translating new evidence into clinical practice: A quasi-experimental controlled before-after study evaluating the effect of a novel outreach mentoring approach on knowledge, attitudes and confidence of health workers providing HIV and infant feeding counselling in South Africa
  • How do maternal HIV infection and the early nutritional environment influence the development of infants exposed to HIV in utero?
  • Early Childhood Growth Parameters in South African Children with Exposure to Maternal HIV Infection and Placental Insufficiency
  • Early Reflections on Mphatlalatsane, a Maternal and Neonatal Quality Improvement Initiative Implemented During COVID-19 in South Africa
  • Paediatric hospitalisations due to COVID-19 during the first SARS-CoV-2 omicron (B.1.1.529) variant wave in South Africa: a multicentre observational study
  • Monitoring diagnosis, retention in care and viral load suppression in children testing HIV polymerase chain reaction-positive in two districts in South Africa
  • Identifying the High-Risk Fetus in the Low-Risk Mother Using Fetal Doppler Screening
  • Association of Prenatal Placental Function with Anthropometry and Body Composition through 2 years of Age in South African Infants: The UmbiBaby Study
  • Persistent Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae or Trichomonas vaginalis positivity after treatment among human immunodeficiency virus-infected pregnant women, South Africa
  • Gingival recession and localized aggressive periodontitis among HIV-infected children and adolescents receiving antiretroviral therapy
  • Leveraging the road to health booklet as a unique patient identifier to monitor the prevention of mother-to-child transmission programme
  • OLA-Simple: A software-guided HIV-1 drug resistance test for low-resource laboratories
  • Cotrimoxazole guidelines for infants who are HIV-exposed but uninfected: a call for a public health and ethics approach to the evidence
  • Integrated growth assessment in the first 1000 days of life: An interdisciplinary conceptual framework
  • Parental access to hospitalised children during infectious disease pandemics such as COVID-19
  • Does in utero HIV exposure and the early nutritional environment influence infant development and immune outcomes? Findings from a pilot study in Pretoria, South Africa
  • Does in utero HIV-exposure and the early nutritional environment influence infant development and immune outcomes? Findings from a pilot study in Pretoria, South Africa
  • Challenges in the provision of tuberculosis preventive therapy to children in Gauteng Province, South Africa
  • Aetiological testing compared with syndromic management for sexually transmitted infections in HIV-infected pregnant women in South Africa: a non-randomised prospective cohort study
  • Mother-to-child transmission of Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, and Trichomonas vaginalis in HIV-infected pregnant women in South Africa
  • Ability of an Artificial Neural Network (ANN) to Predict Paediatric Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) from Routine Growth Curves
  • Closing the gaps to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV (MTCT) in South Africa: Understanding MTCT case rates, factors that hinder the monitoring and attainment of targets, and potential game changers
  • Innovations in the clinical care of mothers and children in South Africa: The contribution of district clinical specialist teams
  • Optimality scores for the neurological examination of healthy infants at age 6 and 10 weeks in the Tshwane District of South Africa
  • Early diagnosis of HIV infection in HIV-exposed infants
  • Placental histology and umbilical artery Doppler in pregnant women with severe COVID-19
  • The updated South African national guideline for the prevention of mother to child transmission of communicable infections (2019)
  • Rapid rise in paediatric COVID-19 hospitalisations during the early stages of the Omicron wave, Tshwane District, South Africa
  • Re: Next steps to prevent stillbirth associated with growth restriction: Continuous-wave Doppler, fetal growth restriction and small-for-gestational-age babies
  • The ability of continuous-wave Doppler ultrasound to detect fetal growth restriction
  • Understanding the Impact of Maternal HIV Infection on the Health and Well-Being of Mothers and Infants in South Africa: Siyakhula Collaborative Workshop Report
  • Positive infant PCR test around 6 weeks rate
  • The impact of health programmes to prevent vertical transmission of HIV. Advances, emerging health challenges and research priorities for children exposed to or living with HIV: Perspectives from South Africa
  • Healthcare without borders: A cross-sectional study of immigrant and nonimmigrant children admitted to a large public sector hospital in the Gauteng Province of South Africa
  • Breastfeeding advice for reality: Women's perspectives on primary care support in South Africa.
  • Keeping children alive and healthy in South Africa - How do we reach this goal? Perspectives from a paediatrician in a District Clinical Specialist Team
  • Incorrectly diagnosing children as HIV-infected: Experiences from a large paediatric antiretroviral therapy site in South Africa
  • False-positive HIV DNA PCR testing of infants: Implications in a changing epidemic
  • False-positive HIV DNA PCR testing of infants
  • Feeding practices for infants born to mothers living with and without HIV residing in Tshwane, South Africa
  • High level of HIV-1 drug resistance in South African adolescents failing antiretroviral treatment
  • Recommendations for the medical evaluation of children prior to adoption in South Africa
  • Reasons for delay in initiation of antiretroviral therapy in a population of HIV-infected South African children
  • When to start antiretroviral therapy in infants and children
  • One‐year anthropometric follow‐up of South African preterm infants in kangaroo mother care: Which early‐life factors predict malnutrition?
  • How paediatric HIV services weathered the COVID-19 storm in Tshwane District, South Africa
  • Infant growth by INTERGROWTH‐21st and Fenton Growth Charts: Predicting 1‐year anthropometry in South African preterm infants

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